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  • Wetzel, Cecil Paul

  • Wheaton, Robert Nelson

  • White, Carl R

  • White, Edgar

  • White, Joseph Hamilton

  • White, Joseph Stanley

  • White, Kemble

  • White, Kenneth L

  • White, Rush Truman

  • Whited, Clellie Clayton

  • Whitehair, Wallace William

  • Whiteman, Charles Edward

  • Whitney, Fleming

  • Wilburn, Homer H

  • Wildman, Blair N

  • Wilfong, Dale Edkar

  • Wilfong, Howard Raymond

  • Wilkerson, James Marshall

  • Williams, Andrew Wesley

  • Williams, Charlie Bob

  • Williams, Junior Richard

  • Williams, Libert Chandler

  • Williams, Willard Roosevelt

  • Williamson, Waldo Ray

  • Willis, James Sturgis

  • Wilson, Allen Hardin

  • Wilson, Clyde Richard

  • Wilson, Merle L

  • Wilson, Sherwood Lee

  • Wimmer, Bernard Ramon

  • Windie, Ralph

  • Wingler, Paul D

  • Winters, Rondus T

  • Winzenrith, William Meredith

  • Wiseman, Boyd Lester

  • Withrow, Alfred Eldon

  • Wood, Ernest Gordon

  • Wood, James Julian

  • Woodall, Matthew Samuel

  • Woods, Lawrence O

  • Woods, William J

  • Workman, Carl Allen

  • Worthington, James Walter

  • Wozniak, Robert Eugene

  • Wright, Dennis Edman

  • Wright, Everett Lee

  • Wright, Hollis A

  • Wright, John Wesley

  • Wright, Paul Adli

  • Wright, Rector S

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WWII Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Casualty List

This series, published in 1946, lists individuals on active duty in the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard and who sustained casualties resulting directly from enemy action or from operational activities against the enemy in war zones from December 7, 1941, to the end of the war. The lists include the name, serial number, grade, and type of casualty of both battle and non-battle dead and missing.

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